Ibis Barcelona Meridiana
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Estamos aqui en Barcelona!! Oh sorry gringos! I guess we will blog in english for your convenience :)
Welcome to our first travel blog from sunny Barcelona. We arrived pretty jet-lagged and ended up getting lost in the city because we couldn't get off the train where we wanted because of inaccessibility with the wheelchair. Never fear! We made …
... not as good as Madrid! The waiter/service was great. Sangrias were great which the ladies consumed a whole jug - won't repeat what Harley said about us!!! The waiter also gave us some liquers after dinner on the house and it went down well. Birthday cake and all - we had a splendid end to our Spain holiday.
Ready to head home and get back into the normal routine again! NOT! Not looking forward to the time adjustment again!
... from my studio. Picked up essentials like shampoo, tp and toothpaste, then easily made my way home. Mission accomplished!
I Discover that Maybe a Week Waiting Period is Wiser
Last year's Italy adventure had a week's buffer before I started two weeks, rather than three weeks of language training, and perhaps that is the wiser plan as I am still suffering from jet lag, have started a new diet plan and feeling a ...
... 75 cents. We may have looked ridiculous but it worked! We also decided not to buy sunscreen because a travel size bottle was 10 euros... way too expensive. Safe to say we are extremely sunburnt, but it was totally worth it. The beaches were beautiful. The water was so blue and the sun was warm with a perfect breeze. The best part was that in Spain, sea glass hunting isn't a thing so we found tons of beautiful pieces ...
... and one of the cities most popular landmarks - the Sagrada Familia. Rob was not too enthused so we decided to abandon plans to visit Gaudi sites (Pete had visited a few years back) and instead go for a walk down the retail / tourist boulevards of Passeig de Gracia and La Rumbla. We walked quite a few kilometres navigating through sightseeing tourists and passing designer shops (plus 2 Gaudi apartment blocks on the way!) We made our way into a plaza just off La Rumbla about ...